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Self-Made Woman

Nick Harvill Libraries

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Self-Made Woman
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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Fair; jacket is a reproduction, see product description
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
hardcover
Size:
8" L x 6" W x 2" H
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Self-Made Woman by Faith Baldwin. New York: Farrar Rinehart, 1932. First Edition. 313 pages. Hardcover in a reproduction dust jacket. A few pages show a light stain. Discolored endpapers. The description of the book that was on the original front flap is adhered to the flyleaf. Stamped "New England Lending Library," but is free of other library markings. Covers show moderate wear and fading.
As described by Nick Harvill Libraries

About Nick Harvill Libraries

California-based Nick Harvill Libraries specializes in out-of-print and rare books from the 20th century on fashion, design, art, social history, travel, Hollywood, and photography. NHL and its books have been profiled in Vogue, C Magazine, The Peak of Chic, Angeleno, Vogue Living, the Los Angeles Times, and American Express’s Black Ink Magazine. Elle Décor recommended NHL for its “hip vintage books” from a “smart young dealer.”